F1 fans love back-to-back races, because it offers them a higher dose of racing action. David Cameron discovered that it's not as much fun if you actually need to work two weekends in a row... This is what the life of a F1 journalist looks like. It's not all pretty, it's not always fun, but he knows very well anyone would take his place in a heartbeat
Renault's technical director Mike Gascoyne didn't plan to be in motor racing when he studied aerodynamics in Cambridge, and he didn't have great interest in Formula One when he applied for a job at McLaren in 1989. Fourteen years later, the forty-year-old Briton is one of the rising stars in the exclusive club of successful designers and chief mechanics, striking success at Renault and surrounded by rumours of multi-million dollar offers from rivals. "You always have to realise how lucky you are," he tells David Cameron, in an exclusive interview for Atlas F1
The European and French Grands Prix were another two fruitless races for Giancarlo Fisichella, who continued to battle with a difficult car that left him disappointed and looking forward to better days. As a consolation at least he could enjoy the experience of driving a world-beating WRC Ford Focus. Read all about that and more, through Fisichella's visor...
At almost two thirds of the way through the season the competition for both championships is white-hot. Can Williams maintain their current form, or will Ferrari or McLaren take a much needed win? Atlas F1's Craig Scarborough previews the British Grand Prix and the teams that will take place in the eleventh GP of the 2003 season
When was the last time Minardi ended a Grand Prix session as fastest? What team had its fortunes reversed in last year's race? And which drivers perform their best at Silverstone? Marcel Schot brings the answers and more anecdotes on the eleventh round of 2003
Fisichella misses French GP after practice crash
Renault announce Alonso, Trulli for their 2003 line-up